Math 098 - Calendar of Events


Week 1: January 15 - January 19

Monday, January 15
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - College Closed

Week 2: January 22 - January 26

Week 3: January 29 - February 2

Friday, February 2
Exam 1: Chapters 1 & 2. A study guide is available.

Week 4: February 5 - February 9

Week 5: February 12 - February 16

Monday, February 12
Lincoln's Birthday - College Closed

Week 6: February 19 - February 23

Tuesday, February 20
Exam 2: Chapters 3 & 4. A study guide is available.

Week 7: February 26 - March 1

Week 8: March 4 - March 8

Friday, March 8
Exam 3: Chapters 5 & 6. A study guide is available.
Midterm Date. There is no midterm comprehensive exam in this class. This is just the midterm date of the semester. If you have not been attending regularly and are failing, you will be dropped administratively at this point. If you stop attending and are failing after this point but do not drop, you will receive an "F" for the class.

Week 9: March 11 - March 15

Spring Break - No Classes

Week 10: March 18 - March 22

Week 11: March 25 - March 29

Week 12: April 1 - April 5

Friday, April 5
Good Friday - College Closed

Week 13: April 8 - April 12

Monday, April 8
Easter Break - No Classes
Friday, April 12
Exam 4: Chapters 7 & 8. A study guide is available.

Week 14: April 15 - April 19

Week 15: April 22 - April 26

Week 16: April 29 - May 3

Week 17: May 6 - May 10

Monday, May 6
Exam 5: Chapters 9 & 10. A study guide is available.
Thursday, May 9
Final 1. A study guide is available. The first part of the final is a comprehensive, one-hour exam. The problems on this exam are those which can typically be done without a calculator and do not require a great deal of time. These are key concepts, and you should leave the class definitely knowing how to do these problems without reference.

Week 18: May 13 - May 17

Monday, May 13
Final 2: 2:00 - 3:50 pm. A study guide is available. The second part of the final is a comprehensive two-hour exam. You will be able to use your notebooks on this part of the exam. The problems here will take longer and/or require that you use your calculator. Some of the problems here are important, but are more obscure than problems on the first exam (which is why you get to use your notebooks).